[eu + topos = good + place] the idyllic, harmonious, natural place that enchants you, where time has no meaning and you enjoy absolute serenity...
The treasure of each place
is its dietary legacy

Eutopia rice, generated by the rice fields of the Axios river, was born under the commitment and expertise of Euricom Hellas SA, which specializes in the production, processing and packaging of rice, for over 20 years.

Today, Euricom Hellas SA sets new ambitious goals by innovating, and creating three new product lines, aiming to promote a healthy lifestyle rich in nutritional values. The word eutopia borders the concept of the real, the ideal, the virtual.

In eutopia, we seek this ideal place to ensure quality products that bring nature’s grains together in one package. Through EUTOPIA , we aim to combine, all the values of nature into one small package, fully enriched with natural grains.

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A process that
respects nature

Nature is the life -creator. It offers us all its values in abundance. That’s why we owe it our respect. Rice processing is a simple and natural process.

The husked rice grain consists of the nucellus that contains the germ, the seed heart and the endosperm that feeds the germ, several layers of bran and the hull.

During the husking process, the outer layers of the rice are removed; specifically, the hull and layers of bran are removed, as well as the rice germ that is rich in fats and also located on the surface, that’s how the white rice grain is created.

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In two cups of hot water add the shiitake mushrooms and let them soak for an hour. Then remove them from the water and chop finely. Set aside.

By using a sharp knife cut out the stem from the cabbage and then add it in a large pot with boiling water. 

Boil the cabbage on one side for ten minutes and then, by using a spoon, turn it over so as to soften well on the other side too.

In a pan, over medium to high heat, add the olive oil. Add the chopped onion and garlic and cook until tender.

Then add to the pan the chopped mushrooms. Have in mind that the mushrooms should be finely chopped, like minced meat. Finely chop the shiitake mushrooms and add them to the pan.

Add to the filling salt and freshly ground black pepper and stir.

Add the parboiled rice with black quinoa and the dill to the pan and stir. Cook for 2-3 minutes and remove from the heat. Set aside.

To make the cabbage rolls, pick up one cabbage leaf at a time and add 1 heaping tablespoon of the mixture in the center. Fold the sides of the cabbage leaves inward and roll.

On a large baking pan add the remaining thick spines of the leaves and some leaves in order to cover the bottom of the baking pan. Then add the cabbage rolls, the mushroom stock and the cover with foil.

Bake at 200°C for 45-50 minutes. Once out of the oven, set them aside, without removing the foil, for 10-15 minutes.

Serve with red pepper flakes, sesame and soy sauce.


Let food be thy medicine, and let medicine be thy food.